Tag Archives: KSA

KSA warns betting operators of Dutch advertising standards

Kansspelautoriteit (KSA) the Netherlands’ gambling regulator has issued a new industry guidance regarding national advertising and marketing standards. KSA has warned international operators that Dutch media owners will only be allowed promote licensed gambling services to Dutch consumers. The regulator states that its advertising policy will be followed throughout all Dutch Media owner channels (print, digital, TV & radio). Planning …

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Betsson AB steps back from Dutch promotions

European sports betting operator Betsson AB has confirmed to industry news source EGR Magazine that it has ceased certain affiliate activity in the Netherlands market. Betsson, which has Dutch-focused online casino brands Kroon and Oranje in its digital portfolio, informed EGR that it had ceased Dutch-language promotions in order to prevent any legal repercussions in the soon to be regulated …

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KSA toughens Dutch advertising code

As the Netherlands looks to implement its revised online gambling policy and framework with a view to open its market to licensed international operators, gambling regulator Kansspelautoriteit (KSA) has moved to implement new advertising standards and practices. KSA has confirmed that it has reached an agreement with multiple Dutch media operators to restrict the advertising of illegal/unlicensed betting operators. KSA advertising …

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Netherlands Parliament debates tax & market potential

In response to growing interest from international operators wanting to participate in the soon to be regulated Dutch online gambling market, the Netherlands Parliament has re-opened discussions on efficient tax levels and market potential. The April release of the annual report by the Dutch Games of Chance Authority (KSA), has noted that more than 200 operators have expressed interest in …

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Vincent van ‘t Riet – Mbolo.nl- Dutch gambling reform throws up winners & losers

The die is finally cast. The Dutch Council of Ministers (cabinet) has given state secretary Fred Teeven the go ahead for his gambling reform. Last Friday, Teeven finally got the approval he sought after on three main issues: online gambling, lottery reforms and privatisation of the state owned Holland Casino. But Teeven is not home and dry yet. Or to …

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